Therapeutic riding
Participants with a wide array of physical and cognitive disabilities are welcome to join this exceptional program. Therapeutic riding lessons are planned with the individual’s physical, social, educational, cognitive, and recreational goals in mind.

Therapeutic Riding has been proven to benefit At Risk Youth and Teens, individuals suffering from PTSD, Attention Deficit Disorder, Developmental Delay, Downs Syndrome, Learning Disabilities, Multiple Sclerosis, and other disorders caused by stress, or trauma.
Lessons are designed with the individual rider's goals and needs in mind. Classes are 30-60 minutes in length and clients attend once a week. All potential participants undergo a comprehensive intake process that involves the completion of registration forms, which includes a physician's release form and an evaluation. Horses and students are matched to complement the personality, ability, and developmental needs of the client.
​We work with each rider to promote the success, the freedom, and the dignity that can be experienced through therapeutic horsemanship. It is our passion to expand our clients' abilities and help them reach their greatest levels of happiness, enjoyment and independence.

Ground lessons are also available for individuals that cannot receive a physician's release to ride.